We often imagine we want the latest in medicine's technological innovation should we find ourselves or a loved one in the midst of illness and suffering. But there are moments when our most advanced technology, while it can save lives, can not reach into the spaces inhabited by human spirit.
There is no pill or procedure that brings us vividly into the unfolding moment. But, there is a practice. And that is what we will explore in this episode.
Our guest in this program stands at the crossroads of conventional clinical medicine, psychoneuroimmunology, compassionate care, contemplative practice and research into the transformative role of becoming present to all the moments of life.
Listen in for a conversation on how presence relieves suffering, and how every moment is worth fully inhabiting.
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